Jeff Chanin and David Silbert overcame tough odds and high financial stakes to provice their client was innocent of kickback charges.
Toyota paid more than $1 billion to settle the economic damages MDL on sudden acceleration. So why do some observers say the company won?
The Bar Association of San Francisco honored Steve Hirsch for his outstanding work as co-chair of BASF's Amicus Curiae Committee.
The U.S. International Trade Commission affirmed an ITC judge's ruling that Keker & Van Nest's client Netflix Inc.'s streamin softwareg didn't infringe digital entertainment technology company Rovi Corp.'s patented parental control and program guide technology.
The federal patent legislation proposes significant new disincentives for so-called trolls.
A federal judge struck out San Jose's illegal-monopoly claims against Major League Baseball over a stalled Oakland A's move.
On behalf of a former Silicon Valley executive accused of accounting fraud, Keker & Van Nest has won a round in their battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission, landing sanctions against the commission for dragging its heels in discovery.
Matthias Kamber comments on a hot-button issue in patent litigation - how much latitude federal district judges should have to award attorneys fees to the prevailing party.
John Keker, Bob Van Nest and Elliot Peters chosen for prestigious list.
The firm was chosen for Law360's annual pro bono series for notable work ranging from pressing national issues to life-altering representations of individual clients.
The State Bar of California Diversity Awards recognize outstanding efforts ensuring the full and equal opportunity of all persons for entry and advancement in California's legal profession.
Simona Agnolucci, who represents women seeking refugee status, discusses the legal hurdles of gender-based asylum.
Elliot Peters shares the story of vindicating and freeing Ronald Ross - who spent seven years in prison for a crime he did not commit.